“Once upon a time, and there again today.” For its seventieth anniversary, Piaggio Group makes a tribute to the best loved scooter of all time, with a special version of it. The comemorative models include Vespa GTS, Vespa PX and Vespa Primavera.
With its elegant and refined line, the Vespa GTS is an exclusive vehicle unique in today’s competitive scenario. Vespa style and elegance shine out in a range of glamour colours and unique stylistic solutions, such as the original positioning of the parking light on the grill by the horn.
The Vespa GTS aesthetic is accompanied by the safety of the double disc brakes, perfect items for leaving the city traffic behind you and to easily reach the outside of the city.
Inimitable style, engines in line with the most stringent anti-emissions laws and the classic four-speed gear change make the Vespa PX unique and unmistakable.
The aesthetic of its essential and minimalist lines, its functionality and ease of use, the iconic kickstarter, the legendary robustness ensured by the steel body, the reliablity of a simple and indestructible engine, the (habit-forming) possibility to mount a spare wheel: the Vespa PX has kept all the classic strengths that have made it a success for over three decades.
Vespa has been driving whole generations of young people for over 70 years and one of the most important models in this long story is certainly the Vespa Primavera.
Originally launched in 1968, the legend has now returned with a totally new and future looking design. While respecting its tradition, the Vespa Primavera has a strikingly modern and appealing line and can also boast unrivalled handling. Its limited weight and best-in-category ergonomics make it perfect for trouble-free travel about town. In terms of safety too, the Primavera raises the bar, thanks to its highly rigid steel body, 200 mm disc brake, new front suspension and ABS safety system.
A full range of modern and efficient engines and a superior level collection of colours and combinations offer optimum choices for everyone’s needs.